Tagged with #prayforsouthkorea
the beauty we learn behind this aweful tragedy from the young pure souls
- a boy give his life jacket and give all his life to help his classmate… he die as a hero on his birthday
- a young selfless ship attendant help distribute life jackets to passenger and stay behind until her last breath
- a 6 years old brother who give his life jacket to his 5 years old sister and wispher comfort even his fate is still unknown
- a student who yell for rescuer to take a small child from his arms even the ferry is sinking and he still on it
either u’re gone or safe or still missing my thought and pray goes for you…may your soul rest in peace and hope miracles exist so u can be with your love again and be safe…
Tagged with #sewol ferry #tragedy
They’re the students who were left behind for table tennis competition. After they heard the news, they wanted to walk over the competition, but they played for their friends. They won champion for their friends. They didn’t say anything, but just crying, left the awards ceremony
Tagged with #fanfiction #characters
reading fics that are so good at handling the characters that you can hear their dialogue in their voices and actually imagine the scenarios being presented like
Tagged with #prayforsouthkorea
I don’t really post things like this, but it’s quite sad how hundreds of teens around the age of us are missing or dying or even worse probably not even here on earth anymore and are resting in paradise. I’m very grateful that none of my relatives were on that ship, but it’s also possible that friends of my cousins could have been on that ship and I pray dearly for them. And to the class president who gave up his life jacket to his fellow classmate. God bless. Our world really needs people like you. I’m very sure your school and family would be proud of you. I love you all. Stay strong South Korea.
Tagged with #Korean ferry #please pray for them
Nearly 300 people were still missing Wednesday several hours after a ferry carrying 459, most of them high school students, sank in cold waters off South Korea’s southern coast, killing at least two and injuring seven, officials said.
There were fears, however, of a big jump in the death toll, as dozens of boats, helicopters and divers scrambled to rescue passengers who had been on the ferry traveling to the southern tourist island of Jeju. One passenger said he believed that many people were trapped inside the ferry when it sank. (AP)
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Tagged with #hanji zoe #snk #attack on titan #shingeki no kyojin
when people portray hanji as this really kawaii waifu in fanart I just
oh I’m sorry
did we watch
the same show
hanji is 130 pounds of absolute unfiltered insane
and she’s perfect
Tagged with #akariko #Riko Aida #Kuroko no Basuke #akashi seijirou #fanart #art #translation
Underneath the same rain
Prequel | Sequel
Tagged with #fluffy dog
This dog was bred to hunt BEARS.
The Caucasian Shepherd who is most popular in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Northern Caucasus, can reach a weight of up to 200 lbs. Cute big guy!
i want to hug this dog
I want to ride it into battle.
Tagged with #photography
Landscape Photography by Weerapong Chaipuck
Tagged with #waltz #love
And the Waltz Goes On - Anthony Hopkins
Sir Anthony Hopkins Hears The Waltz He Wrote 50 Years Ago For The First Time
Academy Award-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins was a musician before he got into acting. 50 years ago he wrote a waltz but was too afraid to ever hear it play. Dutch violinist André Rieu performs it for the very first time. Watch Hopkins’ reaction.
That was beautiful
I cried a few tears and felt better about humanity’s endeavors.
This is so amazing. The waltz is awesome and Sir Anthony is humming along. He looks so damn pleased.
A) I realized that about 17 seconds into this, that I was just beaming.
B) Does this just sound like Anthony Hopkins? Complex, and joyful, with a darkness just below the surface?
C) André Rieu is everything I never knew I wanted when I heard the words “Dutch violinisit”
I watched this in the library today and cried within the first minutes of it starting. After even 50 years, the title of it rings true.
"The Waltz Goes On"